Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Easter Egg Counting Game

Our household has not had too many preschool activities going on.  I do apologize for not posting as often as I would like.  We are in the process of relocating and have started packing arts and crafts tools.  My husband and I also just started a small break from school so with all of these things in mind, I have slacked in maintaining Harmony's preschool schedule and sticking to it.  That being said, we are slowly getting back into the swing of things and will hopefully be creating some Earth Day, Easter, and Spring crafts and lesson plans within the next few weeks after we have successfully moved.  Until then, bare with our disarray of posts.

  Sorting, matching, color coding, or spelling- Harmony pretty much enjoys all of these things.  With this fun game, you can match the numbers to the eggs or you can have an egg hunt outdoors or indoors.  ..You can even just toss them all over your living room and have an egg party like our house did this afternoon. 

The possibilities are endless and enjoyable for children who are learning how to recognize numbers 1-18.

Happy Spring!

Candice S

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Birthday Fun

I cannot believe that my baby has turned a year old.  I feel like the last year went so very fast, much faster than I remember it going when Harmony was a baby.  We had a small get together and celebrated with presents, songs, games, water balloon fights, and cake!  I wanted to share some photo's from the party.

Mark Jr., my big one year old!
The Redhead, Ms. Harmony

Happy First Birthday!

Umm, YES!  What a MESS to clean up!  But I think it was well worth it.. and I feel that someone else might have thought the same thing.. :)

Happy Tuesday!

Candice S

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Thumb Print Shamrocks :)

I know that they aren't perfect but they were fun!!  Harmony and I had fun making these thumb print shamrocks and St. Patty's Day decorations while Baby Brother was sleeping.  We used oil paint (huge no no apparently) because it wasn't coming out the way we wanted it so we decided to draw some.  The dollies made them look classy.  Love it!

Candice S

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Lucky Ladybugs

My pretty princess has been begging me to create these with her for two days so we collected our rocks and Harmony led the way in illustrating our project.  Harmony and I started this project by painting the rocks red and then giving them their ladybug appearance.  I hot glued the pipe cleaners and googly eyes but you can use Elmer's Glue and I'm sure it will work just as well.. 
Didn't our Lucky Mommy and Daughter Ladybugs turn out adorable?  :) 

Candice S
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